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Kayospruce introduces latest Sunbrella collection
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Mar '10
Kayospruce, Europe's largest supplier of specialised textile materials and accessories has now introduced the very latest Sunbrella furniture fabric collection.

Sunbrella's solution dyed acrylic fabrics are designed to be used outdoors; however, a stylish range for interior furnishings, such as fitted or loose covers, as well as curtains, cushions and long hanging drapes has recently been introduced.

From the chic and attractive exterior range come the outdoor fabrics, which suit swimming pool and barbecue areas, as well as marine. All Sunbrella exterior fabrics are made from 100% solution dyed acrylic, which is designed specifically to withstand harsh environments – sunbed or seating cushion covers, shading or fitted garden or boat upholstery. This unique fabric offers an unbeatable resistance to UV (UPF 50+) and is recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation. It provides an exceptional colour hold even in a salt water or a chlorine environment. All the fabrics are easy to clean and maintain and are treated to prevent the absorption of liquid. At the same time the fabrics will not harm skin or the environment, and will not trap heat or moisture, providing breathability and a resistance to mildew.

The wide choice of colour options and colourways in both the znterior and exterior fabrics, range from bright combinations with bold textile designs, through to subtle complimentary styles. This means that the right combination can be reached from one manufacturer, for either modern stylistic designs or more traditional architecture, whether ashore or afloat.

Kayospruce Limited


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